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worcester 28i combi electrical wiring

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by bad7uk, 7 Oct 2010.

  1. bad7uk

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    hi,
    i have a combi as stated , can anyone tell me where the 2 black wires from the boiler go to on the flex plate. may sound like a stupid question but they pulled out accidently, thanks.
     
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    You need to narrow it down more than that.

    What black wires?
    What flex plate?
    Where do these wires come from?
     
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    hi londonboy,
    from the boiler their are 5 wires, blue,brown,green/yellow and 2 black wires. these pass through a plate which has a connector block on back, the blue and brown then go to a fused switch plate and the earth connects to the rear off the holed plate. the thermostat wires also connect to the rear of the holed plate. the black wires should also fit there but where? hope you can understand this, thanks.
     
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